Sawgrass Partners Inc. provides clients and partners with expertise within these investment areas located in Jacksonville and Ponte Vedra Beach, Florida:
Sawgrass Partners has extensive experience in development, management, and repositioning of affordable housing. Our employees have a wealth of real estate expertise — in land use planning, design, construction, finance, and the law. Each of us brings our unique backgrounds and experiences in the public, private and non-profit sectors together to achieve a common goal — producing livable, affordable residential communities.
At Sawgrass Partners, we specialize in strategic planning, site selection, project management, development, finance, acquisition, and more. We take a long term partnership approach, working closely with operators and physicians of the facilities.
We partner with premier hotel development and investment companies to build upscale hotels that provide our investors with a future of profit and growth.
We purchase Class “A” commercial property, office parks, multi-tenant structures and freestanding office buildings. Our analysts look at the total investment package carefully considering rents, lease terms, square footage, amenities, improvements, parking and overall integrity.
We invest in restaurants, freestanding stores, shopping centers and regional malls. Our retail specialists are concerned with the suitability of a location for a retail business in terms of population and income demographics, traffic counts and patterns, access, tenant mix, image and visibility.
Jacksonville is a key Florida city: a fast growing airport, deep-water port, three railroads and seven state and interstate highways; all contributing to our strong Southeastern real estate market. We will assist our partners in acquiring manufacturing facilities, distribution warehouses, research and development facilities and large industrial parks.
We are knowledgeable about future and/or planned land uses. We counsel local, national and international investors who are wisely investing in Northeast Florida’s underdeveloped land.